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Across the country, the National Coalition on Black Civic Participation (NCBCP) has worked to bring a wide spectrum of organizations together thru its Unity 2020 Black Vote & Power Building National Campaign. From Washington, DC to Mississippi, from Florida to Ohio, there has been a concentrated effort to train the massive number of volunteers needed…

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https://rumble.com/vawtjp-a-seat-at-the-table-with-ga-coordinator-for-black-youth-vote-mary-pat-hecto.html Mary Pat Hector, Georgia Coordinator for Black Youth Vote, says it is not too late for youth to be trained to be poll workers and poll monitors for the November 3rd presidential election. Black Youth Vote educates youth about the voting process and how to engage in the voting process.

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Rep. Maxine Waters is taking aim at Black people who support the current president. During a recent interview on “The Joe Madison Show,” Waters shared her views on those who supported the controversial commander-in-chief. “I don’t even know where any Blacks would be coming from that would be voting for Trump,” Waters said. “It just…

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Rap artists have remained prominent throughout this election season. Artists such as Common, Cardi B, Offset, Snoop, Ice Cube, 50 Cent and Lil Wayne, have all garnered attention in the media for their decisions during the election. Diddy, who has also been vocal, shared a video on social media of himself voting. In the video,…

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Keiajah Gabbrell stands as one of the most recognized millennial activists in Kansas City. On Oct. 27, Gabbrell attended a public meeting for the Board of Police Commissioners, where she took the opportunity to call out several people on the board, all of whom she accused of racist behavior. The video of the meeting eventually…

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50 Cent apparently was playing his role as a social media troll when he tweeted his support for the current president, according to his ex-girlfriend, comedienne Chelsea Handler, who shared the news Wednesday, Oct. 28, 2020, during an interview on “The View.” During the interview, Handler revealed that she spoke with 50 Cent, and the…

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One week after showing support for the current president, it now appears that 50 Cent has changed his mind. On Sunday, Oct. 25, 2020, the rapper and TV executive tweeted, “A what, another spin. F— Donald Trump, I never liked him. For all I know he had me set up and had my friend Angel…

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50 Cent could be another Black celebrity who sides with the current president. On Monday, Oct. 19, 2020, 50 Cent apparently was watching a news station when he shared a photo on social media of Joe Biden’s reported tax rate on the rich. The image claimed that Biden’s proposed tax rates on the rich would…

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The future of diversity training is in jeopardy. On Oct. 16, it was revealed that Texas State University decided to “pause” its employee diversity training, according to The Texas Tribune.  The move comes after the White House issued an executive order, which banned diversity training by calling it anti-racism, divisive, and anti-American. Signed on Sept.…

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Ice Cube continues to face backlash after it was revealed that he helped the Republican presidential campaign with its “Platinum Plan.” On Oct. 14, Katrina Pierson, senior adviser to the president’s reelection campaign, announced that the rapper helped with the Platinum Plan, a $500 billion package proposed by Republicans to help the Black community. “Shout-out…

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Ice Cube is facing criticism after it was revealed that he worked with the Trump campaign. On Oct. 14, Katrina Pierson of the Trump campaign announced that the rapper helped with “The Platinum Plan,” a $500 billion package proposed by Republicans to help the Black community. “Shout out to Ice Cube for his willingness to…

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Kanye West continues to find ways to cause a frenzy on social media over his bid to become President of the United States. On Tuesday night, Oct. 13, 2020, West shared on his Twitter page what appeared to be early voting results from a precinct in Kentucky. The results were published by Lexington-based news station…

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Kanye West has promised to “build a stronger country” in his first presidential campaign advertisement. The 43-year-old rapper announced his intent to run for president of the United States in the upcoming November election back in July, and on Monday, Oct. 12, 2020,  just three weeks before the election takes place, West published his first…

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Kanye West is being ridiculed on social media after he posted a photo of a voter’s presidential ballot. On Oct. 8, West posted a photo of an official ballot where someone circled the option of “write-in” and voted for West. The embattled rapper is also nominated in California as the vice-presidential candidate for the American…

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